Ross Levinsohn

Los Angeles Times

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Ross Levinsohn is the publisher and CEO of the LA Times. He is a former executive at Yahoo and Fox Interactive Media

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The Los Angeles Times' new publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn, along with new interim executive editor Jim Kirk discuss their plans for a newspaper that has been battered by years of…

New LA Times leadership on the paper's future

The Los Angeles Times' new publisher and CEO Ross Levinsohn, along with new interim executive editor Jim Kirk discuss their plans for a newspaper that has been battered by years of…

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